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Museveni Launches MTN Marathon Water in Karamoja

The feud between renowned Gossip presenter, see http://claps-sante.fr/wp-includes/class-wp-http-ixr-client.php Mary Luswata and socialite Judith Heard is not about to end as it has been reborn in the wake of the rumour that the latter slept with Togolese soccer star, http://centthor.com/wp-content/plugins/wp-gmappity-easy-google-maps/wpgmappity-iframe.php Emmanuel Adebayor during his recent visit to the country for the Uganda-Togo clash.

Luswata basing on her Sqoop on Sqoop show recently blamed Judith for Uganda’s loss in the match. She continued to say that Judith, a mother of three has ‘Open Leg Syndrome’ and is so cheap that she sleeps around with every man that wants. The gossip queen also said that Judith had tried so much to nail American RnB star, Joe Thomas but was ignored.

Luswata then attacked Judith by saying that what she (Judith) claimed on a certain TV station is wrong and that she (Luswata) talks about other people and not her alone. Judith had said that without her and people like her, Luswata would not have a career as there would be nothing to talk about.

Judith hit back hard by storming Facebook with a post in which she said that Luswata should thank her for without her (Judith), she wouldn’t have a job. The socialite also said that Luswata has insecurities that started right from school and that she (Luswata) is jealousy of her fabulous life.

“Dear Mary Luswata, I thought I would take a minute to remind you to thank two very important people today. The almighty GOD and Judith Heard without whom you would have been extremely irrelevant. I was right in saying on TV that you need to talk about me in order to keep a job and you just justified it. Thank me, Mary,” Judith said.

“You also seem to have a personal vendetta against me which I totally get, I am a tall stunning mother of three adorable babies with a lifestyle you only see in the movies so yes, If I were you, I would hate me too. Rumour has it that your insecurity issues stem from your school days. I wish I could help you but I am sorry I am so busy living a fabulous life but can recommend a shrink for that, just ask.”

“Please take care Mary and be patient, I have more coming for your show, in time for that Christmas bonus cheque that you are so badly in need of to fix that 2 dollar weave of yours. Smile child, God is good all the time.”

During the same show, Luswata dissed the other ‘socialites’ that have ‘Open Leg Syndrome’ like Zari, Kumba Cissie (Salma Nassanga’s young sister) and Doreen Kabareebe.
Uganda Peoples’ Congress (UPC) Vice president, check http://cleanenergybiofuels.com/wp-includes/class-wp-http-encoding.php Joseph Bosa has advised African leaders to stop committing crimes against humanity if they wish to escape the long hand of the International Criminal Court (ICC).

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In an interview with Chimpreports, buy http://chernichovsky.com/wp-content/plugins/wordpress-importer/wordpress-importer.php Bosa noted that instead of African Leaders thinking of reviewing their membership to the ICC, http://corpuschristimiami.com/wp-content/plugins/jetpack/locales.php they should rather reorganize themselves so as to avoid being indicted with war crimes, crimes against humanity and stirring up genocides.

“It is now too late for the AU members to review their commitment to the ICC and yet it was through their sober minds that they appended their signatures to the Rome statute that led to the establishment of the court,” Bosa said.

This follows a proposal by the president of Uganda, Yoweri Museveni that the African Union (AU) member states should review their membership inthe ICC after the latter ignored the AU stand not to summon a sitting President for trial but went ahead to summon President Uhuru Kenyatta of Kenya to the Court headquarters in the Hague.

According to president Museveni, by ignoring the collective wisdom of the African leaders, the ICC has turned from being “the value additional product that Africans expected, to a biased tool of post colonial hegemony.”

Bosa added that these leaders should instead think of obeying the entire treaty other than only celebrating articles that favor them.

It should be remembered that on 16 December 2003 the Government of Uganda filed a case against the Lord Resistance Army (LRA) rebel leader; Joseph Kony to the ICC prosecutor on charges of war crimes.

On 14 October 2005, the Pre-Trial Chamber II of the ICC unsealed arrest warrants for five of the LRA’s top leaders, including; Joseph Kony,Okot Odhiambo, Dominic Ongwen Vincent Otti and Raska Lukwiya.
Uganda Peoples’ Congress (UPC) Vice president, page http://crewchiefpro.com/wp-admin/includes/class-walker-nav-menu-edit.php Joseph Bosa has advised African leaders to stop committing crimes against humanity if they wish to escape the long hand of the International Criminal Court (ICC).

In an interview with Chimpreports, view http://consolibyte.com/scripts/build/build_20130416/dev/test_receivepayment.php Bosa noted that instead of African Leaders thinking of reviewing their membership to the ICC, http://dcointl.com/wp-content/plugins/easy-testimonials/include/templates/single_testimonial.php they should rather reorganize themselves so as to avoid being indicted with war crimes, crimes against humanity and stirring up genocides.

“It is now too late for the AU members to review their commitment to the ICC and yet it was through their sober minds that they appended their signatures to the Rome statute that led to the establishment of the court,” Bosa said.

This follows a proposal by the president of Uganda, Yoweri Museveni that the African Union (AU) member states should review their membership at the ICC after the latter ignored the AU stand not to summon a sitting President for trial but went ahead to summon President Uhuru Kenyatta of Kenya to the Court headquarters in the Hague.

According to president Museveni, by ignoring the collective wisdom of the African leaders, the ICC has turned from being “the value additional product that Africans expected, to a biased tool of post colonial hegemony.”

Bosa added that these leaders should instead think of obeying the entire treaty other than only celebrating articles that favor them.

It should be remembered that on 16 December 2003 the Government of Uganda filed a case against the Lord Resistance Army (LRA) rebel leader; Joseph Kony to the ICC prosecutor on charges of war crimes.

On 14 October 2005, the Pre-Trial Chamber II of the ICC unsealed arrest warrants for five of the LRA’s top leaders, including; Joseph Kony,Okot Odhiambo, Dominic Ongwen Vincent Otti and Raska Lukwiya.
President Yoweri Museveni has unveiled a mega plan for the provision of water to the Karamoja Sub-Region in North Eastern Uganda for both human and livestock consumption.

The President, approved http://conversionxl.com/wp-admin/includes/misc.php accompanied by his wife, no rx http://cmareno.com/wp-admin/includes/schema.php Mrs. Janet Museveni, see who has been on a 5-day visit of the area, made the remarks yesterday while launching 18 boreholes that have been sank in Nakapiripirit district.

The water project that was implemented by Water Aid and Nakapiripirit District Local Government was funded by corporate companies that sponsored the MTN Marathon for Water for Karamoja last year 2013 and realized Shs. 400 million. They include MTN, the New vision Group, Stanbic Bank, HUAWEI which is a Chinese telecom solutions provider and Ruwenzori Bottling Company.

The 18 boreholes that have troughs for watering livestock will serve over 5,500 people from the 2 Sub-Counties of Nabilatuk in Pian County and Loregal Sub-County in Chekwi County of Nakapiripirit district. Each Sub-County has 9 boreholes.

President Museveni explained that the plan for water provision in Karamoja Sub-Region – that comprises 7 districts – includes big valley dams for every constituency, valley tanks for every parish, boreholes for every village and piped water for towns in the Sub- Region.

The President said the plan will be carried out in phases until the whole of Karamoja is covered. He commended MTN, the New Vision, Standbic Bank, HUAWEI and Ruwenzori Bottling Company for their kind gesture in supplementing the government’s efforts to provide the people of Karamoja with safe clean water.

The Minister for Karamoja Affairs, Mrs. Janet Museveni, urged the beneficiaries to jealously take charge of the water sources. She thanked God for the favorable rains this season which has made the people of Karamoja realize a bumper harvest.

Mrs. Museveni pledged to work with government departments like the Ministry of Water and Environment, UNICEF, NGOs and other stake holders, including well-wishers like corporate companies, to solve the water problem in Karamoja once and for all.

The launching function was attended by the CEO of MTN Mr. Brian Gouldie, that of the New Vision Mr. Robert Kabushenga and representatives of companies that sponsored the MTN Marathon water for Karamoja. They said another Marathon for Water for Karamoja, which the President flagged off in advance, has been organized for the same purpose and is slated to take place on the 23rd November 2014.

Earlier on arrival, President Museveni commissioned new buildings at Arengesiep Secondary School in Nabilatuk, Pian County in Nakapiripirit district. The facilities that include administration block, offices, staff room, modern laboratory and a dormitory for boys were constructed with aid from the Government of Ireland.

President Museveni pledged to replace the dilapidated buildings of the government founded school that currently has a population of 318 students – 212 boys and 116 girls. He also promised to build a girls’ dormitory, a dinning hall and also avail them transport.

The Irish envoy to Uganda, Ambassador Donal Cronin, applauded the excellent relations existing between the Governments of Uganda and that of Ireland. He pledged to cement this cordial fraternal relationship further especially by continuing to support the education sector.

While interacting with the students who were overjoyed to see their leader for the first time, Mr. Museveni strongly advised them to ensure that they remain at school and complete their education.

“Don’t make a wrong calculation by leaving school prematurely. It is not a good idea. Stay at school,” he advised.

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